Vanity Fair released its best dressed list and this year featured a number of impressive women.
Among them is "Black-ish" star Tracee Ellis Ross, who landed a spot on the list for her quirky fashion sense that often features bright colors and daring clothing choices.
"I really just wear what makes my heart sing," she said of her fashion sense, according to Vanity Fair.
New York art curator and gallerist, Louise Neri, also cracked the nod of approval for her classic and sleek style, but when asked of her favorite wardrobe item, the fashion icon said it was a heavy buckskin Alaïa jacket from 1984 that took a year to pay off and was lost during Hurricane Sandy.
It was a given that style chameleon Rhianna would be a top pick but lesser known French singer and songwriter, Héloïse Letissier, also wowed Vanity Fair's panel with her unique fashion sense.
Lauryn Hill, with her eclectic tendency to pair layers colors, textures, and one-off pieces, also featured on the list along with actress Sienna Miller and Iranian-born interior designer Yassmin Ghandehari.
On the global front, Meghan Markle and her evolving fashion sense made the list along with Amal Clooney.
"Clooney is an exceptionally chic woman, beautifully turned out on every occasion," noted author Danielle Steel, who formed part of the panel of judges.
Vanity Fair's list would not be complete without France's first-lady Brigitte Macron, 65, who made headlines earlier this year after wearing a miniskirt and stilettos, the Express noted.
Other notable women to feature in the list included Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Serena Williams and Zoë Kravitz, who has taken a liking to vintage, piercings, and edgy layering.
In a recent interview with Fashion Magazine, Kravitz said she wanted to show women that beauty was not limited to physical appearance.
"To see the same type of woman over and over again…that can weigh on the psyche," she said of the media's beauty ideals.
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